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Appointment Type
Accepting Graduate Students?
Graduate Student
Adviser: Emily Ansell
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Kyle Murdock
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Summary Statement

Lauren is interested in the role of the immune system, inflammation, and bioenergetics in mental health trajectories. 

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Kyle Murdock
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Jennifer Graham-Engeland
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Idan Shalev
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Summary Statement

Biological embedding of psychological processes throughout development, Bidirectional influence between psychological processes and immune system functioning, Integration of multi-omics data, Systems biology approach to understandi

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Michael Russell
Summary Statement

Emily’s research focuses on the influence of interoception (perception of bodily state) on affect and behavior.

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Asher Rosinger
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Hannah Schreier
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Thomas Gould
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Joshua Rosenberger
Summary Statement

Sarah’s research explores experiences of discrimination in healthcare towards sexual minorities and people of color.

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Rob Turrisi
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Hannah Schreier
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Summary Statement

Emily is broadly interested in how chronic psychosocial stress (e.g., childhood adversity, poverty) “gets under the skin” to negatively impact health and the stress-buffering effects of individual characteristics and psychosocial resources.

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Anne-Marie Chang
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Christopher Engeland
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Amy Snipes
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Lindsay Fernandez-Rhodes
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Summary Statement

Hridya uses epidemiologic and genetic data on reproductive and cardiovascular characteristics to identify variants that are associated with disease conditions and improve health outcomes such as, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome & Metabolic Syndrome.  

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Anne-Marie Chang
Pronouns: He/Him
Summary Statement

David’s research uses intensive longitudinal data analysis to investigate the interplay of sleep and circadian rhythms with cardiovascular health and health-risk behaviors.

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Thomas Gould
Summary Statement

Summary statement: Laurel studies how genetics and drugs affect learning and memory in a rodent model

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Helen Kamens
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Stephanie Lanza
Pronouns: He/Him/His
Summary Statement

Sam’s research focuses on the role of mood states in addiction pathology and recovery.

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Jennifer Graham-Engeland
Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Rob Turrisi
Summary Statement

Katja's research focuses on factors that contribute to risky substance use among understudied adolescent and young adult populations through analysis of intensive longitudinal data.

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Josh Smyth
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Summary Statement

Shannon is broadly interested in how health behaviors and psychological factors of occupational stress affect the overall health of first responders (e.g. firefighters, paramedics, law enforcement, and emergency nurses and physicians).

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
Graduate Student
Adviser: Thomas Gould
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Summary Statement

Dana’s research broadly focuses on genetic and behavioral correlates of addiction

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student